Here’s a picture of one of my tomato plants (don’t remember the variety) that I planted in a cage next to a trellis. The thing has grown above the 8-foot trellis! This usually happens when a high-nitrogen fertilizer is used, but only bokashi and compost were used on this plant. It is also putting out plenty of tomatoes, too!
I buried another bucket of finished bokashi in my compost heap and it’s heating up well. I have some beets, Swiss chard, and a couple of other seeds started for a fall garden and have been thinning them with a pair of scissors, instead of pulling them. Here is my artwork.
Blog readers who are looking for the T.O.U.C.H. picnic: It is being held on the 25th of September at Wildlife Prairie State Park at Edwards, Illinois! See you there!